Tempt Leaves League Champions Korea’s Hanwha Life Esports Ahead Of LCK 2020 Summer Split

The reruns of the list officially started with the end of the spring season in the LCK. Mid-laner Kang “Tempt” Myung-gu has separated from the League of Legends team at Hanwha Life Esports, the organization announced today.

“We would like to thank Tempt for the passion and dedication he has shown throughout the season,” said Hanwha Life Esports.

This completes Tempt’s second pass with the club. Although he has been playing with the team since 2018, he decided to leave in November 2019. But he was then convinced to join Hanwha alongside new additions to the team in December 2019.Tempt Leaves League Champions Korea’s Hanwha Life Esports Ahead Of LCK 2020 Summer Split

Tempt’s last season with Hanwha also ended poorly as the team failed to make it to the LCK playoffs but dodged relegation. Although their performance could be considered poor, the team managed one of the biggest upheavals of the season by overthrowing the first seed of the LCK regular spring season, Gen.G.

Two of Hanwha’s players, CuVee and Haru, shone throughout the series and showed a glimpse of their time on the Samsung Galaxy, where they won the 2017 league world championship.